Scott Horton Interviews Rep. Ron Paul

Scott Horton, June 03, 2011

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Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) discusses the two competing bills on Libya – Dennis Kucinich’s legally binding demand for withdrawal and John Boehner’s nonbinding suggestion that Obama seek Congress’s approval, eventually; the rising antiwar sentiment among Americans, reflected but not necessarily shared by their representatives in Congress; why the new 2011 National Intelligence Estimate on Iran should be declassified; the unyielding US foothold in Iraq; and the Fed bailout money that went to foreign banks, plus more shenanigans blacked out in the Fed’s document dump.

MP3 here. (10:47)

Congressman Ron Paul represents Texas’s 14th district. He is the author of Liberty Defined: 50 Essential Issues That Affect Our Freedom, The Revolution: A Manifesto, A Foreign Policy of Freedom: Peace, Commerce, and Honest Friendship and End the Fed. His archived columns for Antiwar.com are here.

5 Responses to “Rep. Ron Paul”

  1. WOW – this means that we have 533 – instead of 535 – war mongering TRAITORS to the American people in our Congress.

  2. What did Ron Paul do with his extra campaign money after he dropped out of the race?

  3. But seriously Dr. Paul, call for a criminal investigation of 9-11, or shut up and go away.

  4. Sigh. This has been explained many times before. The money went to The Campaign for Liberty. It's a good thing to since it helped spread the message of liberty nationwide. For the life of me it is incredible that people accuse this guy of theft of some kind. If Dr. Paul actually did that the establishment would immediately have had a field day, looking to get him arrested. He has a blow torch pointed his way because of his contrary views.

    Geez people get with the program.

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